'nmake' Problem

Deepak Kini M

'nmake' Problem
Dear List,

We are trying to build SQL Stored Procedure using UDB7.2 on Windows
2000. When I am trying to build this SQL SP, it is giving error saying
that "'nmake' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.".

Do I have to set some compiler options or do I have take care of this
by installing any software. I did check out 'nmake' Software which is
not available for Windows 2000.

Your help would be appriciated.

Thanks
Deepak.


Gert van der Kooij

Re: 'nmake' Problem
(in response to Deepak Kini M)
Hi,
You need to install a C compiler (Microsoft or IBM compiler are officially
supported on Windows). It's the biggest drawback for DB2 V7 as far as I'm
concerned but with the next version of DB2 it shouldn't be necessary
anymore.

Hope this helps.

----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2002 5:38 AM
Subject: 'nmake' Problem


> Dear List,
>
> We are trying to build SQL Stored Procedure using UDB7.2 on Windows
> 2000. When I am trying to build this SQL SP, it is giving error saying
> that "'nmake' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
> operable program or batch file.".
>
> Do I have to set some compiler options or do I have take care of this
> by installing any software. I did check out 'nmake' Software which is
> not available for Windows 2000.
>
> Your help would be appriciated.
>
> Thanks
> Deepak.
>
>
>



James Campbell

Re: 'nmake' Problem
(in response to Gert van der Kooij)
If you have VC, it supplies nmake, I'm not sure about VAC. Is
VC/VAC in the your PATH? For VC there is some configuration of
the BAT file required.

Jmaes Campbell

On 10 Jan 2002 at 9:38, Deepak Kini M wrote:

> Dear List,
>
> We are trying to build SQL Stored Procedure using UDB7.2 on Windows
> 2000. When I am trying to build this SQL SP, it is giving error saying
> that "'nmake' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
> operable program or batch file.".
>
> Do I have to set some compiler options or do I have take care of this
> by installing any software. I did check out 'nmake' Software which is
> not available for Windows 2000.
>
> Your help would be appriciated.
>
> Thanks
> Deepak.
>
>
>